Bastien Lebrun's PhotoBlog

A dog resting the day after the earthquake that hit Nepal in 2015, in a little neighbourhood on the outside of Kathmandu, where we were living when the earth…

San Cristobal de Las Casas. An old colonial town, nested in the mountain of Chiapas at 2000m, where the day is hot and dry and the night cold and festives. It's…

Palenque has been a long stop, but hey, with all this beautiful nature at less than 10min walk, the ruins, the beautiful inexpensive campsite, the nice ambiance…

Visiting the canyon del sumidero on Wednesday, that was the perfect timing with the theme of the week! On a boat around those 1000m cliff, surrounded by birds…

The temazcal, same principle as a sweat lodge, is used a lot by the mayan and other indigenous population in Mexico. You basically go in a kind of sauna for 1…

This little city, just at the beginning of the mountain of Chiapas, is mostly known for the ruins. Found in the 50's, this impressive site, lodged in a mountain…

The first mayan site I visited in Mexico, Ek Balem, a little bit North of Valladolid. Way less touristy than Chichen Itza, this site has only been discovered…

Getting in Palenque, here, in Chiapas, no more bus, but little collectivos, minivan that brings you everywhere for little money. f The nature is amazing around…

Campeche, what was probably a nice little town, by the sea, with nice wall surrounding the old city. Unfortunately, it has been made for tourist, the old part…

Uxmal, one of the biggest site of the Mayan civilisation. This city was hosting up to a 100.000 thousand people, at the same time as Paris was probably around…

Celestun, a little town living of the sea, in the Mexican Golf. Such a nice, relax, lay back place, where you can observe the nature as there is a reserve close…

Or that's how they call it. Because white, it might have been, but obviously not anymore. Nonetheless it is a beautiful city, fully alive and at the same time…
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